OUR MISSION STATEMENT: 
 
"To promote, protect, and defend our sacred Constitutional liberties, principles, and values through vigilance, education, and sacrifice with strength and guidance from our Creator"
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The North Bay Patriot Project is dedicated to protecting the greatest nation ever created. We firmly believe the Constitution, as written, is the guiding document to which all peoples must adhere.


We will actively support officials who share these principles, and actively work to replace those that don't regardless of party affiliations
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Do you truly believe the following?

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

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That the government is to implement the will of "We the people?"  

At the origin of America, our Founding Fathers built this country on 28 powerful principles. These principles were culled from all over the world and from centuries of great thinkers. An excellent book, the 5000 Year Leap, explains this history.

We have distilled the original 28 down to the 9 basic principles.

Inspired by the nationwide 9-12 Project, we utilize these 9 Founding Principles and 12 Core Values to guide our actions
and
those of our country’s elected officials.


 

Our 12 Values


Honesty         Hope             Reverence

Humility         Charity         Sincerity

Hard Work     Courage
      Thrift     

Friendship     Moderation  

Personal Responsibility







       "They that can give up essential liberty to 
        
purchase a little temporary safety, deserve
         neither liberty nor safety."  
                                
Benjamin Franklin, Historical
                                review 
of Pennsylvania, 1759
     
Our 9 Principles

1.  America Is Good.

        2.  I believe in the Creator who has 
                endowed me 
with certain unalienable
                Rights, that among t
hese are Life, Liberty
                and 
the pursuit of Happiness.

   God “The propitious smiles of Heaven can never

   be expected on a nation that disregards the

   eternal rules of order and right which Heaven
               itself 
has ordained.” from George
               Washington’s first 
Inaugural address.

3.  I must always try to be a more honest
     person 
than I was yesterday.
     
Honesty “I hope that I shall always possess 

     firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I

     consider to be the most enviable of all titles,
     the 
character of an honest man.”

    George Washington

 

4.  The family is sacred. My spouse and I are
     the 
ultimate authority, not the government.
     
Marriage/Family “It is in the love of one’s
     family 
only that heartfelt happiness is known.
     By a law of 
our nature, we cannot be happy
     without the 
endearing connections of a family.”
     Thomas Jefferson

 

5.  If you break the law you pay the penalty.

    Justice is blind and no one is above it.
   
Justice “I deem one of the essential principles
    of 
our government… equal and exact justice to
    all 
men of whatever state or persuasion,
    religious or 
political.” Thomas Jefferson

 

6.   I have a right to life, liberty and pursuit of

     happiness, but there is no guarantee of
     equal 
results.
    
Life, Liberty, & The Pursuit of Happiness 

     “Everyone has a natural right to choose that

      vocation in life which he thinks most likely to

      give him comfortable subsistence.”

      Thomas Jefferson

 

7.  I work hard for what I have and I will share
    it 
with whom I want to. Government cannot
    force 
me to be charitable.
    
Charity “It is not everyone who asketh that

     deserveth charity; all however, are worth of the

     inquiry or the deserving may suffer

     George Washington

 

8.  It is not un-American for me to disagree
    with 
authority or to share my personal
    opinion.
   
On your right to disagree “In a free and

    republican government, you cannot restrain the

    voice of the multitude; every man will speak as
    he 
thinks, or more properly without thinking.”

    George Washington

 

9.  The government works for me. I do not
     answer to them; they answer to me.

     Who works for whom?
“I consider the
     people 
who constitute a society or a nation as
     the ource of all authority in that nation.”
     Thomas Jefferson